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Wavefront corrected scleral lenses

Posted on: April 11th, 2022 by G. D.

Wavefront corrected scleral lenses

I’m now able to offer patients highly customized optics in the form of wavefront correction to improve visual acuity for eyes that have residual higher order aberrations with scleral lenses.

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OM OSD

Posted on: September 28th, 2021 by G. D.

Check out my latest article in Optometric Management:
Manage Ocular Surface Disease (Dry Eye) with Contact Lenses

 

 

 

 

Scleral shape article

Posted on: December 22nd, 2020 by G. D.

Check out my latest article in Contact Lens Spectrum:
Scleral Shape and Its Application For Scleral Lens Fitting

Latitude

Posted on: May 17th, 2019 by G. D.

I am now fitting the Latitude scleral lens, which is a free-form completely customized scleral contact lens designed from sMap3D corneo-scleral topography measurements. The Latitude lens is uniquely designed to fit each individual eye providing improved comfort and satisfaction, even for the most extreme fits.

Argentina

Posted on: November 27th, 2018 by G. D.

During November I had the opportunity to speak to eye care practitioners in Buenos Aires Argentina about fitting scleral contact lenses.

France

Posted on: November 27th, 2018 by G. D.

During September I had the chance to speak with some of the best scleral lens fitters in the world for the European Contact Lens Society of Ophthalmologist held in Mandelieu la Napoule France.

Rome

Posted on: August 10th, 2018 by G. D.

I had the opportunity to lecture at the Italian Scleral Lens society. Many of the foremost scleral lens experts in the world attended.

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Scleral Lenses and Dry Eye

Posted on: August 10th, 2018 by G. D.

Check out my latest article in Contact Lens Spectrum:

Dry Eye Grand Rounds- Using Scleral Lenses to manage Dry Eye

SSSG- Qualtitative Shape

Posted on: January 15th, 2018 by G. D.

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The Scleral Shape Study Group- An international panel of experts on scleral shape, which includes: Greg DeNaeyer, Don Sanders, Eef van der Worp, Jason Jedlicka, Langis Michaud, and Sheila Morrison- recently published a paper on the analysis of scleral shape. The findings of the study suggest that a majority of patients may benefit from scleral lenses that are beyond spherical or toric back surface designs.

BCLA/ISCLS meetings

Posted on: June 22nd, 2017 by G. D.

BCLA

I had the chance to lecture on new research that we are investigating regarding scleral shape in Scotland and England this last month. It was insightful to discuss scleral lenses with my international colleagues.